Cornel West Quote: “I tend to be one who…”

I tend to be one who just speaks from my soul, and so what comes out sometimes is rather harsh. In that sense, I’m very much a part of the tradition of a Frederick Douglass or a Malcolm X who used hyperbolic language at times to bring attention to the state of emergency.

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Name: Cornel West
Profession: Educator
Nationality: American
Birthday: June 2, 1953
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